Monday, we start at Listowel. There was a double for Willie Mullins and Paul Townend with Scaglietti and Fast Buck. There was a wonderful win for former champion hunter chaser On The Fringe. The fine run of John McConnell continued with a double the horses were Lowtown Charlie and Play The Game. At Gowran, there was a double for Billy Lee with Up Helly Aa and Come September. At Brighton, there was a double for Rossa Ryan with Oliver Hardy and Orliko. At Thirsk, there was a double for Danny Tudhope with Ninjago and Ingleby Hollow. At Wolverhampton, there was a treble for Oisin Murphy on board Street Poet, Noble Expression and Furious. At Windsor, Ballard Dawn gave the field a six-length start but flew home late on to win for David Pipe.
Tuesday, we start at Tipperary. Sunday Sovereign sold recently to King Power Racing bolted up by seven lengths. Hopefully, King Power will invest more in Irish Racing. There was a double for Aidan O'Brien & Donnacha O'Brien with Harpo Max and Lustful. At Bangor, there was a treble for Donald McCain with The Character, Handy Hollow and Secret Escape. At Southwell, Magna Cartor made it two wins on the spin for Dr. Richard Newland. At Lingfield, there was a double for Silvestre De Sousa with Glutonforpunishment and Kennocha. At Newcastle, Sean Davis was in the winner's enclosure again with Crownthorpe.
Wednesday, we start at Wexford. Dinons maintained his unbeaten record over fences. At Nottingham, the feature race went to Circus Couture. At Newton Abbot, Donald McCain has been on a real charge he had a double on the card with Ink Master and Talking Italian. At Fontwell, there was a double for Jamie Moore with Not Never and Corrie Lake. At Kempton, there was a treble for Oisin Murphy with Shadn Kitcarnia and Sassie. At Ripon, Hyperfocus took the feature race for Tim Easterby.
Thursday, we start at Leopardstown. The Glencairn Stakes went to Flight Risk. Surrounding advised (1pt each way) 5/1 placed in the race for our members. Monaco Rose took the apprentice handicap Time For Mabel (1pt each way) 7/1 placed in the race. At Hamilton, there was a double for Silvestre De Sousa with Makyon and Battle Of Issues. At Haydock, Karl Burke had a double with Dubai Station and Vitralite. At Ripon, Fyez took the feature race for David O'Meara. At Chelmsford, there was a double for Oisin Murphy on board Above and Moon Trouble. At Ffos Las, there was a double for Alan Johns with Chimes Of Dylan and Alltimegold.
Friday, we start at the Curragh. There was a treble for Donnacha O'Brien on board Little Clarinet, Lope Y Fernandez and Micro Manage. The last-named horse Micro Manage destroyed the field by twelve lengths. The Ballyogan Stakes went to Soffia . A sprinter going places for sure. At Clonmel, talented hurdler Go Another One was on target on his first attempt over fences. I was really impressed with the way Go Another One jumped under pressure at the end of the race. This horse will pay his way over fences for certain. At Market Rasen, Dr. Richard Newland continued his charge with another win this time for Stubborn Logic. At Brighton, there was a double for William Stone with Tigerfish and Diamond Lady. At Uttoxeter, Borice was on target for Gordon Elliott. At Bath, Silvestre De Sousa was on target with Storm Melody. At Haydock, the feature race went to Monica Sheriff for William Haggas. At Goodwood, Oisin Murphy had a double with Guildsman and Be More.
Saturday, we start at Haydock. The feature race went to Safe Voyage under Jason Hart. At Beverley, the feature race went to Richard Fahey with Summer Sands. At Chelmsford, there was good money on offer. The two 40K races went to War Glory and Lord Riddiford. At Newmarket, the feature race went to Red Galileo for Godolphin. At Lingfield, there was a double for Richard Hannon with Buridan and Ocasio Cortez. At Chepstow, there was a double for Rossa Ryan with Bungee Jump and Sovereign State. At Navan, there was a double for Aidan O'Brien with Tango and Royal Lytham. There was a win for Kerosion for James McAuley and Denis Hogan. I have always had a soft spot for Kerosin it was great to see him win. Well done lads.
Sunday, it was a very quiet day with just two fixtures in the UK and none in Ireland. At Goodwood the feature race went to Nuits St George. At Perth, there were two winners for Irish trainers Gordon Elliott was on target with Darling Miss. Karl Thornton won with Shanroe.